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WASHINGTON-Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi (Nancy Pelosi) on Tuesday formally invited President Joe Biden (Joe Biden) to address members of Congress at a joint meeting of Congress later this month.
Pelosi wrote a letter to Biden, inviting him to speak in Congress on April 28, “to share his vision for solving the challenges and opportunities of this historic moment.”
The speech may represent Biden’s first statement before both houses of the House of Representatives become president, and will be made while the Biden administration continues to respond to the coronavirus pandemic and comment on its massive infrastructure proposals to lawmakers.
Pelosi, a Democrat from California, said earlier this month that due to concerns about the coronavirus pandemic, she would decide to send an invitation to Biden and said she would consult with a Congressional doctor.
President Donald Trump’s last State of the Union address before the pandemic swept the United States was published in late February 2017. His first speech at the joint meeting of Congress was at the joint meeting of Barack Obama in February. Published on. Year 2009.